[Cheryl Sullenger | LifeNews] A woman is heard on a newly obtained 911 recording screaming and crying out in agony as an employee of Northland Family Planning requests help during a 911 call after a woman had a hole torn in her womb during an abortion there on February 7, 2019.
The recording and Patient Care Record from the Southfield Fire Department were provided to Operation Rescue by Lynn Mills of ProLife Michigan.
Those records indicate that an African-American woman in her mid-20s suffered a perforated uterus and atelectasis after a surgical abortion.
According to www.mayoclinic.org, atelectasis is “a complete or partial collapse of the entire lung or area (lobe) of the lung.” It is said to be one of the most common surgical complications.
From the amount of screaming, it also appeared that the woman received an insufficient amount of pain medication.
The injured woman was transported with lights and sirens to nearby Providence Hospital where she was admitted to the emergency room.
The Fire Department’s Patient Care Record noted the following:
Life-3 and Engine 1 responded on a female that was having abdominal pain after having a [abortion] at the abortion clinic. PT had a tear during the operation and staff called 911. . . We took PT to be seen at Providence Hospital. When we arrived the patient was walking around screaming about they messed up and that she shouldn’t have came[sic]. PT refused IV.
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[Editor’s Note: This article was written by Cheryl Sullenger and originally published at LifeNews.]